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Horror and Crap: 11 Short Works

3.16  ·  Rating Details  ·  37 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
Stories that emphasize brevity, horror, and sometimes crap.
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Published May 22nd 2011 by Joshua Scribner, via Smashwords
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Feb 04, 2016 Beverly rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: anthology
Read for the Cuss and Discuss book challenge for June--short read, 11 short stories (one is actually an excerpt from a longer work). As with most anthologies, some cute and some not. I didn't feel like any of the stories really qualified as horror--maybe a little shiver. All in all, OK--I have a number of books by this author and I will try another one.
Aug 17, 2011 Cathy rated it really liked it
Shelves: kindle-books
Eleven short stories:
Sescompandy: (I may never get my septic tank cleaned again.)
Saving Lives: Saving the life of the future.
Off and On: Containing the it a good or bad thing?
Draining: Revenge on a bully.
Waiting in the Corner: What awaits the assassin.
The Pub: Do you really want to go into this pub and have a drink?
Cat Crap and Cologne: Sniffing out a murderer.
Fearless: What does it take to scare a daredevil?
Septic: How often do you dare to clean out your septic tank?
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Jul 03, 2011 Jack rated it really liked it
Ok. This book is not a thought provoking, deep, intricate story masterfully written. It's 11 really short stories and just as the title suggests, some are horror and some are crap. But it was an entertaining hour of reading. Although I got it for free from Amazon on my Kindle, I might have even paid 99 cents for it!! Love the authors twisted imagination.
Jun 29, 2011 Don rated it did not like it
Shelves: horror
Pointless, adequately written (though at times grammatically incorrect) extremely short stories. A few had germs of ideas that could have been built into better, longer stories. I would have given it a higher rating if so many of the stories hadn't adhered so closely to the "crap" element.
Nov 08, 2011 Naomi rated it it was ok
This is only okay in the way it's better than reading junk mail whilst waiting for an elevator. Super shorts that are campy.
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Joshua Scribner is the author of the novels Mantis Nights, The Coma Lights and Nescata. His fiction won both second and fifth place in the 2008 Whispering Spirits Flash Fiction contest. Up to date information on his work can be found at Joshua currently lives in Michigan with his wife and two daughters.
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